American Society of Criminology: Roundtable on Human Rights Violations in Organ Procurement Practice in China

November 15, 2018 The 2018 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, featured a roundtable on “Human rights violations in organ procurement practice in China.” Matthew Robertson, China Studies Research Fellow at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, and Peter Liu, Professor of Criminology at Monmouth University, gave presentations to a highly interested…

China’s Plastinated Bodies and Specimen Industry – What is Australia’s Responsibility? – Madeleine Bridgett

On Monday September 17 international human rights barrister Madeleine Bridgett gave a speech entitled ‘China’s Plastinated Bodies and Specimen Industry – What is Australia’s Responsibility?’ at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia. She was joined by human rights lawyer David Matas and expert on Asia democracy Louisa Greve, to discuss why the eradication campaign against Falun Gong…

Wendy Rogers: Transplant Abuse: Organ Sourcing in China – Presentation PDF

Transplant Abuse: Organ Sourcing in China Professor of clinical ethics at Macquarie University Wendy Rogers gave a presentation on ‘Transplant abuse: organ sourcing in China‘ at the Hepatobiliary and Transplant Anaesthesia Teaching Month at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane on August 30, 2018. Rogers’ presentation detailed: Prior to 2015, organs in China were sourced from prisoners,…

Experts speak at UK roundtable on forced organ harvesting – Westminster

A second roundtable meeting was held at Westminster on Tuesday the 17th April 2018 to raise awareness about claims of forced organ harvesting in China – co-hosted by Jim Shannon MP and Fiona Bruce MP. This meeting presented the available evidence of forced organ harvesting in China and experts discussed the steps the UK Government…

Interaction with Chinese Transplant Professionals – Harvard Medical School Centre for Bioethics Conference

Interaction with Chinese transplant professionals (Remarks prepared for a poster presentation at the Harvard Medical School Centre for Bioethics Conference April 13, 2018) by David Matas In China, there is a lot of money to be made from the sale of organs, a huge organ donor source of dehumanized prisoners, and nothing much to prevent…

Seminar – China’s Reform Narrative on Transplant Abuse: Does it Stand Up to Scrutiny?

An online seminar examining the reform narrative, the evidence, and the implications for human rights in China – 20 February, 2018 Guest speakers notes and video timecodes: “The CCP’s Reform Narrative” (0:13) – Louisa Greve, International Affairs/Asia Specialist “The Evidence” – Matthew Robertson, Research Fellow, Human Rights Law Foundation “The Ethics” (24:52) – Wendy Rogers, Professor…

COMMUNISM IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD: THE CASE OF CHINA – PARIS

BY HON. DAVID KILGOUR, J.D The Platform of European Memory and Conscience International Conference Collège des Bernardins and Fondation Napoleon, Paris Communism as articulated by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in the 19th century was not instituted in any country until after the Russian Revolution in 1917 and subsequent civil war during which an estimated 8-10…

FORCED ORGAN HARVESTING IN CHINA: WHAT CAN WE DO?

Cafe Scientifique Presentation by Prof Wendy Rogers China is the only country in the world with a state-sanctioned programme of harvesting organs from prisoners. Wendy Rogers, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, will discuss evidence that forced organ harvesting still occurs in China and describe recent efforts by human rights lawyers, citizens and others to stop the…